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Making membrane proteins: curdlan synthase

December 8, 2012

Filed under: Research — Tags: , — acpfg @ 8:43 am

Curdlan is a polysaccharide which is used in Chinese medicine to stimulate the immune system to prevent skin infections. Researchers at the Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics have managed to make curdlan synthase, the enzyme that synthesises curdlan, in the laboratory. The techniques they used to produce the enzyme should be very useful to […]

 

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